Run 4 Wales, the team behind the ABP Newport Wales Marathon deliver a number of events.
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BRECON CARREG CARDIFF BAY 10K
10K & Junior Races – Sunday 19 May 2024
Set in the heart of Cardiff’s historic Bay, the Cardiff Bay 10K is a fast, flat and friendly event for all ages and abilities. Previously known as the Cardiff Bay 5 Mile, the race returned in 2017 with a little makeover and stunning new 10km course with a sell-out 6,500 runners.
The route takes in all of Cardiff Bay’s most iconic landmarks, starting and finish in Roald Dahl Plass, passing the Wales Millennium Centre, Mermaid Quay, the Pierhead Building, Senedd, Porth Teigr and the Cardiff Bay Barrage.
OGI PORTHCAWL 10K
10K & Junior Races – Sunday 7 July 2024
The Ogi Porthcawl 10K is an exciting addition to the sporting calendar for the town known for its surf, sports and coastal walks.
The new route takes in all the seaside town’s most iconic spots, from the Grand Pavilion to Rest Bay. Discover a new experience on the south Wales coastline!
ABP BARRY ISLAND 10K
10k & Junior Races – 2024 Date TBC
Sun, sea and sand provide the backdrop for the third year of the ABP Barry Island 10K.
The race takes place on fully closed roads, taking in all of the town’s most scenic seaside spots – including Whitmore Bay, Romilly Park, The Knapp and Watch House Bay.
10K & Junior Races – Sunday 1 September 2024
The CDF 10K was established by Welsh charity Kidney Wales in 1985.
In 2023, Run 4 Wales (R4W), Wales’ leading mass participation events company added the historic Cardiff 10K to its portfolio of world-class events. The revival of this iconic event gives thousands of runners the opportunity to take to the streets of the Welsh capital every autumn.
PRINCIPALITY CARDIFF HALF MARATHON
Half Marathon – Sunday 6 October 2024
The Principality Building Society Cardiff Half Marathon has grown into one of the largest and most exciting road races in Europe. It is the UK’s second largest half marathon and Wales’ largest multi-charity fundraising event.
The race is a member of the SuperHalfs, a global series of the world’s most prestigious half marathons including races in Lisbon, Prague, Copenhagen and Valencia and has been awarded a Elite Race Label by World Athletics.